View Full Version : The Fakemon Club *REVIVED*
May 24th, 2009, 12:13 AM
Since Went just closed the old club, I'm remaking it, since I LOVE Fakemon.
My Fav Fakemon is Eneko or Felinny to me.
Show me your FAKEMON!
June 6th, 2009, 03:55 AM
Fakemon are awesome! I've created about a hundred for my Ruby hack. Here's a few of them. I could do with some feedback, btw.
Steam Eel Pokémon
Evolves into Qualish starting at level 30.
It mainly learns common Water-attacks, but it also learns Ember by leveling up, and it can even learn Flamethrower by TM. I've written a Pokédex entry: (Keep in mind - I'm Danish, so my English isn't perfect)
In an area where it rains a lot, AQUIGNUS are almost certain to be found. They like to boil the water, in which they swim, and as a result, it rains quite a lot in their habitats.
Steam Whale Pokémon
This Fakemon basically learns some common Water- and Fire-attacks such as Water Pulse and Flamethrower. I know, a dual-type Water/Fire Pokémon seems like a silly idea, but I created this one in an attempt to make a Water/Fire Pokémon, that didn't seem completely ridiculous. I don't know if I suceeded, though. I've also written a Pokédex entry on this one:
Within its huge body, QUALISH store vast amounts of steam, which it releases as a huge cloud, when escaping from an enemy. These Pokémon like to dry up lakes, and swallow the steam.
Evolves into Apocisha starting at level 16.
This is the Water-type starter for my Ruby hack. It mainly learns common Water-type attacks, but it also learns a few Dark-type attacks, such as Fake Tears and Taunt.
TADPHISH are rarely found in shallow water, as they like to live deep down in the ocean. However, they surface a couple times a year. No one really knows why.
Deep Sea Pokémon
Evolves into Hydrocturn starting at level 36.
There's not much to say about this one. It learns some common Water- and Dark-type attacks, but it can also learn a few Psychic attacks.
Although very rare, APOCISHA can be seen walking around on the ocean floor. These Pokémon are very social, and like to gather underwater. Despite
the fact, that they mostly live on the ocean floor, some is known to live on land.
Ocean Floor Pokémon
Besides learning some common Water- and Dark-type attacks, Hydrocturn can also learn Earthquake and Psychic attacks, such as Psychic and Skill Swap. It can also learn Ice-type attacks, and even a few Ghost-type moves.
This Pokémon will - if ever found in the wild - usually be found in dark caves underwater. However, like its pre-evolution, some HYDROCTURN are known to live on land. By waving its tail, it can cause huge tidal waves.
June 6th, 2009, 04:20 AM
I wanna join i got a bunch of Fakemon or Hackmon :) No sprites thought sadly i suck at making sprites
June 6th, 2009, 05:27 AM
Well, then just tell us about your Fakemon, what they look like, which type they are, what moves they learn and stuff like that. Maybe I could sprite some of them? :P - Unless of course you think my sprites look completely ridiculuos, haha. I'm not world's best spriter, I admit that. ^^
Here are two more, I also think turned out pretty well:
Evolves into Imashago starting at level 40.
This is one of the extinct Pokémon, I made for my Ruby hack. It is based on a mantis shrimp larva - Or, at least, an odd picture of a mantis shrimp larva. The name is made from the two first letters in the words "mantis", "shrimp" and "larva". Here's the Pokédex entry:
MASHLA was resurrected from a fossil. This Pokémon will usually hide in rocks on the ocean floor, awaiting its prey. When attacking their prey, they use their sharp claws to stab the prey, making sure it doesn't escape.
Huge Shrimp Pokémon (Only because "Mantis Shrimp Pokémon" was too long)
The evolved form of Mashla. As I could only find a picture of the back of a mantis shrimp, this one is based pretty loosely on a mantis shrimp. The name is a mix of the words "mantis", "shrimp" and "imago".
IMASHAGO became extinct approximately 100,000 years ago. These huge BUG Pokémon are believed to have been roaming the ocean floor, eating carrion as well as any other passing prey.
June 6th, 2009, 12:35 PM
Sumatis - Cub Pokemon - Grass
Mayatis - Tiger Pokemon - Grass/Steel
Bengatis - Tiger Pokemon - Grass/Steel
Zhar - Ash Pokemon - Fire
Huma - Phoenix Pokemon - Fire/Dragon
Bennu - Rebirth Pokemon - Fire/Dragon
Ceyo - Juvenile Pokemon - Water
Risso - Dolphin Pokemon - Water/Psychic
Maui - Dolphin Pokemon - Water/Psychic
Kanado - Kid Pokemon - Normal (Evolves into Kangaskhan)
Caltos - Calf Pokemon - Normal (Males evolve into Tauros, Females evolve into Miltank)
Taursai - Raging Bull Pokemon - Ground/Fire
Miltitan - Raging Cow Pokemon - Ground/Water
Selkowth - Ghost Cat Pokemon - Normal/Ghost (Evolves from Meowth if Leveled up in Graveyard)
Jaguar - Panther Pokemon - Dark/Grass
Thorvil - Spike Pokemon - Ground
Molovil - Porcupine Pokemon - Ground/Poison
Bomery - Bomb Pokemon - Fire
Gasoilery - Explosion Pokemon - Fire/Water
Pumki - Pumpkin Pokemon - Grass
Pumtur - Jack O' Lanturn Pokemon - Grass/Ghost
Pebbix - Pebble Pokemon - Rock (evolves into Onix)
Tentarva - Larva Pokemon - Water (evolves into Tentacool)
Lavant - Fire Ant Pokemon - Bug
Antank - Fire Ant Pokemon - Bug/Fire
Pintag - Stag Beetle Pokemon - Bug (evolves into Pinsir)
Pindiator - Gladiator Beetle Pokemon - Bug/Fighting (evolves from Pinsir)
Scythis - Nymph Pokemon - Bug (evolves into Scyther)
Spaera - Spear Pokemon - Steel
Gregon - Spear Dragon Pokemon - Steel/Dragon
Minima - Puppet Pokemon - Dark/Fighting
Icyum - Love Pokemon - Ice/Psychic (evolves from Jynx)
Feralmander - Salamander Pokemon - Fire
Flamphibian - Amphibian Pokemon - Fire/Poison
Razok - Wolf Pokemon - Psychic
Razosert - Dessert Wolf Pokemon - Psychic/Ground
Razoctic - Arctic Wolf Pokemon - Psychic/Ice
http://i44.tinypic.com/k00sv8.pngMakimur - Lemur Pokemon - Normal
http://i39.tinypic.com/j9t2zd.jpgMagitos - Magic Pokemon - Ghost/Psychic
http://i41.tinypic.com/211qotv.jpgSmaspire - Smash Pokemon - Fighting/Rock
http://i42.tinypic.com/e8sdic.jpgSmasmith - Crush Pokemon - Fighting/Dragon
http://i40.tinypic.com/65ydmt.jpgPolloud - Pollution Pokemon - Poison
http://i39.tinypic.com/35lggf5.jpgArchgela - Angel Pokemon - Water/Flying
http://i40.tinypic.com/2a7x0m0.jpgFirdard - Wizard Pokemon - Dark/Psychic
http://i44.tinypic.com/25pr906.jpg Chickaroo - Rooster Pokemon - Flying
http://i44.tinypic.com/ipzehs.jpgBlaziki - Tiki Pokemon - Fire/Grass
http://i41.tinypic.com/35ajg5t.jpgArcphnix - Sphinx Pokemon - Rock/Flying
http://i40.tinypic.com/25fszyd.jpgPolterant - Serpent Pokemon - Grass/Ghost
http://i41.tinypic.com/bhg3tz.jpgLeasaur - Leaf Eater Pokemon - Grass/Dragon
http://i42.tinypic.com/2cx6yr4.jpgIcytis - Arctic Fish Pokemon - Ice/Water
http://i43.tinypic.com/11ke13l.jpgPolarius - Arctic Dragon Pokemon - Ice/Dragon
http://i42.tinypic.com/2ylpunk.jpgLavolem - Golem Pokemon - Fire/Rock
http://i41.tinypic.com/2w1rrzs.jpgSpino - Dinosaur Pokemon - Poison/Dragon
http://i44.tinypic.com/2jxu7m.jpgGrowture - Nature Pokemon - Grass/Bug
http://i42.tinypic.com/30av220.jpgVulmory - Vulture Pokemon - Flying (evolves into Skarmory)
Kirin - Qilin Giraffe Pokemon - Electric/Grass
Seiryo - Azure Dragon Pokemon - Dragon/Rock
Genbu - Black Tortoise Pokemon - Dark/Water
Byakko - White Tiger Pokemon - Steel/Ground
Suzaku - Vermilion Bird - Fire/Flying
http://i39.tinypic.com/zxo35t.jpgZeus - Sky God Pokemon - Flying/Electric
http://i39.tinypic.com/2h4w1ev.jpgPoseidon - Ocean God Pokemon - Water/Ground
http://i40.tinypic.com/icqrt0.jpgHades - Death God Pokemon - Dark/Ghost
(Sprites from Arkeis.com)
June 12th, 2009, 10:36 AM
Wow, those are some pretty awesome Fakemon. :|
The sprites you've got there, are way cooler than any of these, but I'll show you anyway:
Evolves into Dolphice starting at level 19.
Despite having the name "Seaphin" (Sea + Dolphin) and being described as the "Tinydolphin Pokémon" in the Pokédex, Seaphin does not look all that similar to a dolphin. It learns some pretty basic Water-type moves such as Water Pulse and Bubblebeam, but it also learns Wrap, and it can learn a few Ice-type moves. Here's the Pokédex entry:
SEAPHIN are very peaceful Pokémon, which swim around in packs. However, fishers gladly hunt them, because they taste extremely delicious, when cooked the right way.
Evolves into Dolphreeze starting at level 39.
There's not much to say about this one. Both its name and its appearance is based on a dolphin. And Water/Ice is a pretty common type combination, so not much to say about that, either. Anyway, here's the Pokédex entry:
DOLPHICE like to hide in icy caves, only coming out when looking for prey. They do so, mainly because so many fishers hunt them for their delicious meat.
What's there to say?
DOLPHREEZE like to swim around, actually trying to get caught by fishers. They do so, because they enjoy teaching the fisher a nasty lesson.
Evolves into Conshaw starting at level 30.
I actually got the inspiration for this one, when I was out taking my dog for a walk. I came across this large, pointed rock, which I almost accidentally stepped on. This Pokémon actually only learns a few Ground-type moves by leveling up. It learns more Normal-type moves such as Horn Attack, Quick Attack, Sharpen and Return. Here's the Pokédex entry:
SHATE enjoy burying themselves in the ground, leaving only their pointed head above the ground. When people accidentally step on it, it will jump up and attack.
This Pokémon learns a lot of common Ground-, Normal-, and Steel-type moves, like Earthquake, Horn Drill, Facade, Iron Defense, Dig and Metal Claw.
CONSHAW - as its pre-evolution - likes to bury itself in the ground, leaving only its head above the ground. However, being much larger than SHATE, it is not as well disguised, and people don't accidentally step on it.